Apple TV+ series Godzilla and The Titans set photos have made their way online, revealing a gigantic set loaded with military trucks and more.
The new photos come from the series’ ongoing production in Canada, with the most current images coming from Vancouver. Similar to other projects set within the world of Godzilla, the images reveal a ton of military imagery, including trucks, medical tents, and more. According to the posts, the set is designed to look like Oakland, California, which is close to San Francisco, where the battle between Godzilla and the Titans took place in the 2014 Godzilla.
— Canadagraphs 🇺🇦 (@canadagraphs) July 13, 2022
Filming happening today for Apple TV+'s Monsterverse series (w/t Godzilla & the Titans). This was a practice run through (ie masks on) – the lady in the last photo (circled) was the person the boom mike was following. @yvrshoots pic.twitter.com/00l7Dqgpfb
— Janice Rafael (@JaniceRafael) July 11, 2022
Our neighbourhood’s looking like an episode of M*A*S*H. As usual we’ll represent the USA – this time Oakland. It is for a yet unnamed TV series by @AppleTVPlus the shoot is tomorrow – and will be a series in the Godzilla universe. Hoping Godzilla will be CGIed in 😉 @yvrshoots pic.twitter.com/yV3d2QgcNG
— Janice Rafael (@JaniceRafael) July 10, 2022
The unnamed series (w/t Godzilla and the Titans) is expected to be set within the world of Legendary’s MonsterVerse. It will reportedly explore “one family’s journey to uncover its buried secrets and a legacy linking them to the secret organization known as Monarch.”
The first two episodes will be directed by WandaVision director Matt Shankman, who will also serve as an executive producer. Co-creators Chris Black and Matt Fraction will executive produce with Black also serving as showrunner. Executive producers also include Safehouse Pictures’ Joby Harold and Tory Tunnell, and Toho Co. Ltd. Hiro Matsuoka and Takemasa Arita for Toho. Toho is the owner of the character Godzilla as well as having licensed the rights to Legendary for this upcoming project.
Following the success of Godzilla vs. Kong, which made over $467 million at the worldwide box office, Legendary started expansion talks in the MonsterVerse through a series, with Apple directly showing interest in the project. It didn’t take long for a deal to be struck between the streamer and Legendary, with the company developing the next untitled movie in the MonsterVerse in addition to this new series.